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    Package design for Century Drill & Tool Company:  Century Drill & Tool Corp. Project:  Visual brand, packaging, and retail merchandising evolut… Read More
    Package design for Century Drill & Tool Company:  Century Drill & Tool Corp. Project:  Visual brand, packaging, and retail merchandising evolution. Purpose:  Update a 1940s brand to communicate product durability, heritage and value (for the tool category) to create a dominant in-store brand presence. Solution: All individual product packages are flooded in corporate blue so as to create a “blue wall” effect when displayed side-by-side in the same area. All packaging text is trilingual (English, French, Spanish) for distribution In multiple markets. Iconography and color coding systems are deployed for categorization and navigation. This first and most extensive and difficult drill category is designed by UNO. Guidance on how to design and rollout remaining categories is documented in a comprehensive UNO-developed tutorial manual. Outcome:  Product packaging and the resulting “blue wall” effect were wildly successful – as evidenced by a stream of glowing store owner testimonials and voluminous product sales. Read Less
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Package design for Century Drill & Tool

Company: 
Century Drill & Tool Corp.

Project: 
Visual brand, packaging, and retail merchandising evolution.

Purpose: 
Update a 1940s brand to communicate product durability, heritage and value (for the tool category) to create a dominant in-store brand presence.

Solution:
All individual product packages are flooded in corporate blue so as to create a “blue wall” effect when displayed side-by-side in the same area.
All packaging text is trilingual (English, French, Spanish) for distribution In multiple markets.
Iconography and color coding systems are deployed for categorization and navigation.
This first and most extensive and difficult drill category is designed by UNO. Guidance on how to design and rollout remaining categories is documented in a comprehensive UNO-developed tutorial manual.

Outcome: 
Product packaging and the resulting “blue wall” effect were wildly successful – as evidenced by a stream of glowing store owner testimonials and voluminous product sales.